Produced at the Hideout Theatre in September 2009.
A Pulitzer finalist by Tony Award winning author Richard Greenberg. The play centers on Walker, his sister Nan, and their childhood friend Pip, who all meet in an unoccupied loft in lower Manhattan in 1995 to divide the legacy of their late fathers, who were partners in a renowned architecture firm.
In an effort to bring some peace to their own lives, the three search for clues that might explain what had gone on between their fathers, and the women in their lives, decades before. The story then shifts to that earlier time, with the same three actors portraying members of the previous generation in the same loft, during the fateful 1960 "three days of rain," which gives the play its title.
Click the image below to see pictures from the show. All photos are by Kimberley Mead.
"Three superb actors"
Michael Barnes, Austin American-Statesman
"Few young stage companies risk as much or succeed as well as Penfold Theatre Company... A solid cast, a thoughtful script, a smart design team... a fine evening of theatre."
Elizabeth Cobbe, Austin Chronicle
"A gem... Remarkable performances... Penfold Theatre Company convinces with their zeal, sensitivity and sophistication."
Michael Meigs, Austin Live Theatre Blog
> Feature article in Community Impact Newspaper
> Feature blog in Now Playing Austin
> Named twice in the Austin Chronicle's "Top 9 set designs of 2009."
> Nominated for B. Iden Payne Awards for Lead Actor and Scenic Design.
> Nominated for Austin Critics' Table Awards for Drama Production and Scenic Design.
> Won Austin Critics' Table Award for Supporting Actor.